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CA Naman Maloo

CA Firm
2Year 3Month  experience

I have been a Chartered Accountant since 2017 and have Good amount of experience in Direct Tax especially replying various notices, assessment, capital gain calculation.

  

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Address

324, Balaji Tower,Besides Radisson Blu,Tonk Road
Jaipur
Pin code - 302017

Availability

Mo,Tu,We,Th,Fr,Sa

09:30 am - 07:30 pm

Services

✔ Business Incorporation✔ Accounting / Book keeping
✔ Direct Taxation✔ GST

Industry Experience
✔ Education and Training✔ Manufacturing
✔ Services✔ Textiles
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SUKANTA HALDAR

4 Days ago

Dear Madam/Sir, Greetings!! I have purchased a flat in the month of Nov.2017 and the construction of that flat was completed in the year 2015 but now the builder is asking to pay GST @ 12 % for which will pay the bill of GST. Is that possible? Please advice.

    18 Jan 2020

If construction was completed and CC was obtained before you booked/purchased the flat and made the first payment to the builder, no GST can be charged by him.

CA Naman Maloo     19 Jan 2020

No if the construction was complete and the completion certificate was received and you didn't make any payment before that he can't charge GST.

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Vivek Bhatnagar

4 Days ago

I sold off a commercial property in Dec 2019 (bought in 2013) with capital gains, as selling price was more than indexation rate. Now I am planning to sell shares (bought in Jan 2018) which are incurring losses, so it will have capital losses. Can I offset LTCG from property sale with capital losses from shares. Please advise

    18 Jan 2020

Long Term Capital Loss on sale of shares sold after 31.01.2018 can be stt off against any Long term capital Gain. Therefore in your case you can set off the said loss. For more info call on 9587334442 or mail to rakshit1192@gmail.com

    19 Jan 2020

Yes you can set off the said loss

CA Naman Maloo     19 Jan 2020

Yes you can.

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Ronilui

4 Days ago

I am 65 years old and am a housewife. My only earning is from FDs and Savings and hence want to know if I can submit 15H form if my income is 3.5 lacs from FDs and Savings account clubbed. Will tax be deducted after I submit the 15H form and then I will get a rebate or tax won't be deducted as the limit is 5 lacs now? What will be the case for my children who earn from their salary and FDs an amount below 5 lacs? Will they just need to submit 15G form only?

    19 Jan 2020

Yes you can submit Form 15H for no deduction of TDS. For your children if the Interest Income is below 2.5lacs then Form 15G can be submitted otherwise not. For more info. call 9587334442

CA Naman Maloo     19 Jan 2020

Yes they can save tax deduction by submitting form 15G and H respectively if amount is below 5 lakh.

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Vivek Bhatnagar

3 Days ago

I have sold a commercial property recently & would like to check my LTCG tax liability W.r.t. present index rate. Please advise the authentic website, where I can find current index rates of properties in order to work out my tax liability.

CA Naman Maloo     19 Jan 2020

You can find the same on incomtax india website or you can have a look at it from https://www.taxontips.com/2019/10/25/what-is-cost-inflation-index-and-when-its-useful/
If you need any professional consultation feel free to contact me at canamanmaloo@gmail.com

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Fazeel

6 Days ago

I haven't made a bank account yet. My date of incorporation was on 22 august 2019? what will happen? I have received the money in my personal account for my business, but for that, I will be paying taxes separately. Is this legal? Please help!

CA Naman Maloo     16 Jan 2020

If you are doing business as an individual there is no compulsion to open a current account for business, but it is advisable to open one.
If you need any professional assistance feel free to contact me at canamanmaloo@gmail.com

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Vincent

8 Days ago

I want to divide the rent amount between me and my wife to my parent who has been retired and have no income, wherein she will file half the amount for tax submissions and I will file the remaining (eg : If the rent is 10000, my wife will show 5000 in her tax documents and I will show 5000 in mine) Is this acceptable?

    15 Jan 2020

the rent amount is the income of the original owner of the property. You cannot devide the income as per your own wish. For any further query contact on 9587334442

Vincent     15 Jan 2020

Thank you for your quick reply. One query i have is if the amount that we divide exceeds 8333 rs, do we have to show the rent agreement. Basically i want to divide 30,000 between me and my wife. Could you guide me on this

CA Naman Maloo     15 Jan 2020

You are paying rent to your parents and both of you are earning salary income?
You can divide it half if you prepare proper rent agreement.
For more info you can contact me at canamanmaloo@gmail.com

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Nirupam Kaushik

7 Days ago

I have sold shares of Reliance communication after holding for more than 8 years, at loss (Long term capital loss)
At the same time, I am making long term capital gains in the same financial year, by redeeming units of a debt mutual fund after holding for 8 years.

Can I set off the gains from the Debt mutual fund by adjusting against the long term loss from shares of Reliance communications.

Thank you,
Nirupam

    15 Jan 2020

Yes, you can adjust long term capital loss from logn term capital gain. For more info. call 9587334442

CA Naman Maloo     15 Jan 2020

Since both are long term you can adjust them.
For professional assistance you can mail me at canamanmaloo@gmail.com

    19 Jan 2020

you can adjust the same

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Abhijeet Jain

9 Days ago

I am opening a new shop retail of dryfruits is itnnecessary to take gst number

    13 Jan 2020

It depends on your turnover. If your turnover is below 20Lacs then it is not advisable to take registration. otherwise it is compulsory to take registration. For more discussion call @ 9587334442

CA Naman Maloo     13 Jan 2020

If your turnover is above 40 lakh or if you are going to sell online or in another state then you need registration.
If you need any further assistance feel free to contact me at canamanmaloo@gmail.com

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Aastha Deswal

9 Days ago

Our rent agreement has husband's name but I am paying half the rent, @40,000 per month, mumbai. Can I submit rent receipts @20,000 per month or 40,000 alternate month as HRA to save income tax. Or is it mandatory to have one's name in rent agreement?

CA Naman Maloo     13 Jan 2020

It would be better if you amend the rent agreement.

    15 Jan 2020

i would suggest you to first amend the rent agreement to claim HRA benefit. if your HR is satisfied with only the rent receipt then it is ok. For more query call on 9587334442

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Buku Das

10 Days ago

I have a online blog/news website in which i writes sponsored articles for foreign clients. I don't have a registered company. How to generate invoices and receive payment from foreign companies?

    12 Jan 2020

You can raise the Invoice in your own name and show the income as professional income in your books. For professional advice, you can reach out to me at +919830375894/ canavinjain1@gmail.com.

    12 Jan 2020

You Can raise Invoice as a Sole Proprietor and show the revenue as your professional income in personal capacity. For any further query please reach out to us at abhi.associates2018@gmail.com

CA Naman Maloo     12 Jan 2020

You can easily raise a invoince in your own name and raise invoice.
For professional assistance feel free to contact me at canamanmaloo@gmail.com

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